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Travel Blogs from Szigetszentmiklos
... three hour journey became seven hours? We saw lots of the countryside with corn fields, sunflowers, and cattle with really long scary horns. Wouldn't like to get too close to them for branding etc.
Arriving at the hotel we have a beautiful room with a lounge and a balcony. We have access to the thermal pools that are attached to the complex, so I am planning to go there in ...
... br> Life is different here.
But for all of it's differences, for all of the challenges and frustrations, we are enjoying being here and there is so much pleasure in knowing that this is where we are supposed to be for this time. Our desire is to cultivate friendships through which we can live and share the beautiful message of Hope to these wonderful people; to bring purpose and life ...to point them to Jesus.
... out of the city centre but in comparison to downtown Budapest, it was a very soviet affair. The train ride out of the city centre was also quite revealing. The beautiful architecture of the Austro-Hungarian period gave way very quickly to the harsh utilitarian housing blocks of the soviet occupation. The country side was also very harsh and utilitarian, though the thick fog did little to help our impressions. In a couple of hours we were over the border to Austria.
... about food again!)
It was a nice way to spend our last night together, taking in the beautiful city of Budapest, all lit up (however I didn't manage to get many photos as it was so flippen cold outside!!!).
Once the cruise had finished up, we headed back to the hotel where we finished up the remaining wine from the cruise:- you can always trust a contiki group to finish up the dregs/take advantage of any free alcohol! haha, and then just ...
... down. We walked back along the main shopping street back to Parliament for our tour.
Parliament is the seat of the National Assembly, built between 1885 and 1904. It is perfectly symmetrical, with two chambers so that it could house both the National Assembly and the upper house, but the upper house was abolished. The building itself is stunning both outside and inside, where 88 lbs of gold and half a million precious stones were used. In order ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking